Finding Culture in All-Inclusive
A Guide to Rome
All-Inclusive Holidays: How to find some culture in your beach break You are looking to book your next holiday, but which way do you go: culture or chill? Perhaps you are tired from the daily grind and fancy a holiday where you don’t have to do much but you still experience another country’s culture. Maybe […]
Top 4 Acts Not to Miss at Reading & Leeds Festival 2018
Rome: A Quick Travel Guide Ready for a splash of culture and non-stop sight-seeing but you only have a couple of days to get away? Look no further than Rome, Italy. With historical, architectural and religious wonders galore there are a plethora of sights and locations to explore within the Italian capital. But with so […]
Review: Liam Gallagher’s Solo Album
Top 4 Acts Not to Miss at Reading & Leeds Festival 2018 Junction11’s Head of Music, George Bunn, writes on his top 4 acts you can’t miss when you visit Reading Festival in August and the tracks to try them out. SLAVES: Sunday – Radio 1 Stage Top Track: “Sockets” It is rare to see […]
A Guide to Berlin
By James Holcombe As You Were – Is Liam finally out of Noel’s shadow? When Liam Gallagher released his solo album last month, not even he could have expected how fast it would sell. By the end of the week it was number one in the UK and had outsold the rest of the top […]
Review: Gregory Porter’s Tribute Album to Nat King Cole
By Fiona Paterson So, you’re looking for a destination for your next quick getaway? Look no further than Berlin, Germany. Historic yet modern; good value and glamorous; bustling but serene. Berlin has something for everyone and all budgets, all-year round. But with so much to see, where do you start? Here’s a quick guide to […]
Tips for Exploring South East Asia
By Gareth Thomas Regarding his influences, Gregory Porter says “It’s only natural that I go to the root of my inspiration and where I come from. And that root would be my mother and gospel music and Nat King Cole”. As a result of this, Porter’s latest album, Nat “King” Cole and Me, is a […]
What did the 2017 Political Party Conferences mean for students?
Thinking about heading to South East Asia for your next trip? Here are some travel and budget tips from students who have been there (and got a t-shirt). By Fiona Paterson Travelling far afield doesn’t have to come with the burden of an empty wallet – even the price-tag on your flight can be shaved […]
Autumn Term Shows Underway!
By Jessica Reid 2017 political party conferences: what’s it all about? Every year, the UK political parties leave Westminster for a couple of days and set up home by the beach or in big cities around the UK. Not only is it an important time for political parties to come together and decide on their […]
Find us at the Fresher’s Fairs!
We’re all set! The schedule is packed out with our fantastic returning presenters and some fresh new talent for you! Covering a variety of music genres and themes, there’s something for everyone this term! New for this academic year is our AfterDark slot – Junction11’s own watershed – where music and genres typically overlooked due […]
With just one week to go before freshers week and when all the fairs get truly underway, don’t forget to swing by the Junction11 Radio stand to find out more about the station and all the different ways you can get involved with us: presenting, production, news, broadcast journalism, tech, marketing or even just sharing […]